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Klopp puts Vienna Junior.  Among the best in the world: “Rodrigo too”

Klopp puts Vienna Junior. Among the best in the world: “Rodrigo too”

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a day later Defend Vinicius Jr. One of the racist crimes that the attacker was subjected to in SpainJurgen Klopp saw the Brazilian destroy Liverpool This Tuesday (21). With two goals from number 20, Real Madrid beat England 5-2 at Anfieldthrough the round of 16 Champions League.

a Great performance by Vini Jr. He was the subject of a new interview by Klopp, this time after the match, and the German coach admitted: A player of real madrid Among the best in the world today.

Yes, Vinicius [um dos melhores do mundo]. Rodrigo too. And Klopp answered with a sarcastic smile at the end of the answer.

Viene Junior scored the first two goals for Real Madrid at Anfield. The first came after a single play and a shot into the left corner from Alisson, while the second came with a bit of luck, after a pass from the Brazilian goalkeeper that deflected his foot and covered his colleague.

In the final stage, Militao and Benzema, twice, rounded out the scoring for England. With the victory, Real Madrid may lose by up to two goals next March 15, at the Santiago Bernabeu, who will qualify.

For Klopp, given what happened at Anfield, the tie is practically decided.

“It doesn’t look like we’ll qualify, but we’ll go there and try to get the result. Who knows, maybe we’ll be able to go 1-0, I don’t know. We’ll try and see how it goes, but they’re very good on the counter-attack. It’s not time to say we We’ll turn around,” he told Movistar immediately after the match, to complement it later in the press conference.

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“Now I think it’s decided. The draw is 5-2. They can score a goal and we have to score three. We’ll try to go there and win the game.”

Jurgen Klopp reacts from the sidelines during Liverpool’s defeat by Real Madrid at AnfieldAlex Livesey / Getty Images